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Thunderstorms Continue (July 15-18)

Thunderstorms Continue (July 15-18)

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:59, 14.Jul 2014

Tuesday will be similar to Monday with strong-to-severe thunderstorms possible, especially in the afternoon-evening hours. I’ll have a much better handle on the specifics tomorrow morning model upon guidance review. Statewide highs should top out in the low-to-mid 80s and

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July 14: NJ Tornado Warning Update

July 14: NJ Tornado Warning Update

Jonathan Carr 🕔19:10, 14.Jul 2014

**UPDATED 9:03PM EDT: TORNADO WARNING HAS EXPIRED** **UPDATED 8:25PM EDT: TORNADO WARNING IN WESTERN CNJ** Decent storm energy has possibly produced a tornado just NE of Baltimore and is steaming across the Delmarva Peninsula towards southern New Jersey. We’ll have to

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NJ Severe Weather Likely (July 14-15)

NJ Severe Weather Likely (July 14-15)

Jonathan Carr 🕔23:33, 13.Jul 2014

An unseasonably cool air mass is on it’s way to the New Jersey region mid-week. What still has me concerned is that it will be plowing and grinding into a warm and humid air mass that started to build in

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Strange Weather Ahead (July 13-19)

Strange Weather Ahead (July 13-19)

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:11, 12.Jul 2014

There’s been some buzz about the Polar Vortex (PV) returning this coming week. Let me assure you that it’s very far away and has no plans to pass over New Jersey anytime soon. It’s mid-July for crying out loud! Here’s

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July 11-13: Your Weekend Forecast!

July 11-13: Your Weekend Forecast!

Jonathan Carr 🕔13:31, 11.Jul 2014

High pressure is beginning to take control of the New Jersey region. Expect mostly sunny skies today with highs in the lower-80s. Only a small chance of your typical isolated afternoon shower/t-storm and moreso in SNJ. Otherwise it should be

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NJ Air Masses, Boundaries and Fronts

NJ Air Masses, Boundaries and Fronts

Jonathan Carr 🕔13:04, 11.Jul 2014

Often, you’ll hear me mention arctic air, maritime air, tropical air, stationary boundaries, warm fronts, cold fronts, etc. Having a better understanding of these concepts can greatly enhance your general understanding of weather. An air mass is simply a giant

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